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Cuba: How politics has become a hurdle for its researchers
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The United States and Cuba used to get along. But soon after a Cuban revolution in 1959, the country adopted communism, a different form of government. That change brought an abrupt end to America’s friendship with this island nation, just 145


Science News for Students

Cuba: How politics has become a hurdle for its researchers
Science News for Students
The United States and Cuba used to get along. But soon after a Cuban revolution in 1959, the country adopted communism, a different form of government. That change brought an abrupt end to America's friendship with this island nation, just 145 ...

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